Prof. Robert Sutter: Defending America and China’s Challenge

The US-China relationship has entered a new phase of competition, with implications for security, economics and technology. What are China’s strategic global priorities? And how will American policymakers navigate this challenging period? Robert Sutter explains the policy implications of this crucial relationship.

Robert Sutter is Professor of Practice of International Affairs at the Elliott School of George Washington University. He has served in the US State Department, the National Intelligence Council, and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Sutter has published 22 books, over 300 articles and several hundred government reports dealing with contemporary East Asian and Pacific countries and their relations with the United States. His most recent book is “US-China Relations: Perilous Past, Uncertain Present,” 2022.

Sponsored by the Asian Studies Program, the Center for Asian Democracy, the Department of Political Science, and the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations

Friday, April 14 at 11:00am to 12:15pm

Ekstrom Library, W104
2215 S. 3rd Street , Louisville, Kentucky 40208

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